Why spend thousands of dollars on a private physics tutor when you can receive the same feedback on your iPad for a fraction of the cost? âœâœâœâœâœ ...
Why spend thousands of dollars on a private physics tutor when you can receive the same feedback on your iPad for a fraction of the cost? âœâœâœâœâœ - "A Winning App - Step 2 Step should be in the electronic backpack of every high school physics student." - www.physicsclassroom.com LEARN PHYSICS WITH STEP-BY-STEP TUTORING --------------------------------------- Created by physics teachers to help students prepare for tests, Step2Step Physics - Mechanics walks students through 38 question types, with 4 versions per question type and a total of more than 350 question steps. If a student makes a mistake on a step, they are provided with feedback that is targeted to that specific mistake. This is the same feedback that students would receive if they worked with a private physics tutor. SIMPLE CONTROLS ---------------- Step2Step Physics employs a variety of intuitive user interfaces designed to encourage â€œphysics thinkingâ€. Some of these include: - Dragging labels onto a problem statement - Tapping arrows to choose a direction - Dragging terms to build an equation - Typing in a numerical answer, and many more! A SEMESTER'S WORTH OF QUESTIONS ------------------------------- Step2Step Physics - Mechanics contains question types of varying difficulty and complexity on the topics covered during the Ã¯¬rst semester of an algebra-based Newtonian mechanics course (high school or university): 1D Kinematics: - Constant Motion Finding Velocity - Constant Motion Finding Time*** - Constant Motion Finding Displacement - Accelerated Motion Finding Time - Accelerated Motion Finding Final Velocity - Accelerated Motion Finding Displacement - Accelerated Motion Finding Acceleration - Dropping a Ball Off of a Cliff - Launching a Ball Vertically Up From the Ground - Launching a Ball Vertically Off of a Cliff 2D Kinematics & Vectors: â€¢Â Vector Addition 1*** - Vector Addition 2 - Vector Addition 3 - Vector Addition 4 - Rolling a Ball Horizontally Off of a Cliff*** - Throwing a Ball Up at an Angle From the Ground - Throwing Up at an Angle From a Cliff Newton's Laws: - The Acceleration of an Elevator - Dragging a Box Along a Surface with Friction*** - Dragging a Box Along a Surface at an Angle with Friction - Pushing a Box Up a Ramp - Pushing a Box Up a Ramp with Friction - Finding the Acceleration of a Horizontal Atwood System (2 Masses and a Pulley)*** - Finding the Acceleration of a Horizontal Atwood System with Friction - Finding the Acceleration of a Simple Vertical Atwood System - Finding the Acceleration of a Ramp Atwood System - Finding the Acceleration of a Ramp Atwood System with Friction Energy & Momentum: â€¢Â Energy of a Ball Thrown Up - Energy of a Ball Falling Down - Energy of a Box Sliding Down a Ramp, Sliding to a Stop at the Bottom*** - Head-on Inelastic Collision with a Stationary Target - Head-on Inelastic Collision Between Two Moving Objects â€¢Â Using the Impulse-Momentum Theorem to determine the force required to accelerate a car Circular Motion & Universal Gravitation: â€¢Â Roller Coaster Vertical Loop â€¢Â Driving a Car Around a Circular Path*** â€¢Â Twirling a Ball in a Conical Pendulum â€¢Â Driving a Car Around a Banked Turn With Friction â€¢Â Universal Gravitation, Solving for Force*** ***Available in Step2Step Physics LITE CLASSROOM FEATURES ------------------- Individual progress can be tracked either on the userâ€™s personal iPad, or on a classroom iPad using the "switch user" feature. Students can email progress reports to their teachers. THE NERD ISLAND STUDIOS TEACHING TEAM ------------------------------------- Nerd Island Studios, LLC is a group of teachers dedicated to creating apps for use in the classroom. We constantly test our products with our own students with the goal of improving the learning process.
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